Difference between advice and advise

Difference between advice and adviseDifference between advice and advise:

There is a big difference between advice and advise. Although both the words advice and advise are related  and can easily be mistaken, but the difference between the two is huge. Advice is a noun meaning ‘an opinion or suggestion about what someone should do’,  whereas advise is verb meaning ‘to give counsel, suggestion, or opinion’


The following examples will make the usage clear.
Advice Advise
It was John’s advice that I should not get involved in a relationship. John advised me to not get involved in a relationship because it can be a source of distraction from my studies.
The reason for John’s such advice is that he wants me to do well in studies. John advised me for my better future.
You can’t force me to act on your advice.  As a friend you can just advise me, you cannot force me to do anything.

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